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  • Raising the Standard of Indoor Air Quality

IVP: Integrated Viral Protection

Helping Hospitals Create a Cleaner, Safer World

Contact:
Alex Huff, vice president of health technology, 512/465-1558

With the threat of a global pandemic at the forefront of public health officials’ minds, hospitals and health care providers are exploring new technologies that protect the health of their patients, staff and communities – starting with the air they breathe.

An illustration of the Biodefense Indoor Air Protection System Filter

Preventing the airborne transmission of acute respiratory viruses is now a primary concern for hospitals, and novel viruses require a novel technology to provide clean air. This is why CTI is proud to partner with IVPair, a new leader in air purification.

Why choose IVPair for your hospital?

  • The FDA-approved solution for air purification of SARS-CoV-2.
  • Proprietary, award-winning technology developed in Texas.
  • Tested in the Galveston National Laboratory to show 99.99% reduction of airborne particles.
  • Superior to HEPA, which recent studies show can replicate trapped virus particles.
  • Does not generate ozone.

Integrated Viral Protection in Texas Hospitals

On Aug. 23, 2021, Fernando Martinez, PhD, delivered comments during a press conference hosted at the Texas Capitol to express support for emerging, science-based solutions like IVPair.

“We are very fortunate to have 20 of the IVP units in our hospital. We decided to put them in the areas with the most visitors, patients and contact. There’s been a lot of great response from our staff and our patients and visitors.”

- Kim Bassett
President, St. Joseph Medical Center

Hospitals expend significant time and resources on mitigating airborne contamination and hospital-acquired infections, and the COVID-19 pandemic underscored the outstanding need for enhanced air filtration.

the IVP family of products

IVP uses an FDA-approved heated filter technology deployed in multiple mobile units of various sizes or installed into existing HVAC systems. Other technologies like HEPA, UV, PECO or oxidative technologies require more extensive exposure time in order to be effective, which causes greater risk when circulating air.

Visit the IVP Website

Want to find out more? Contact IVPair today.

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